Garden Route

The name itself evokes images of the lush vegetation, indigenous forests and pristine beaches that the Garden Route is known for. An area between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, it boasts a beautiful coastline that stretches past the towns of George, Knysna and Plettenberg Bay. With immaculate beaches, unspoilt forests and several championship golf courses to choose from, the Garden Route is an ideal family destination. Spend a few days exploring the fairyland of the Tsitsikamma Forest and the Big Tree or marvel at the scenery while kayaking on the lagoons and rivers. For the really adventurous, the Blou Krans Bridge bungee jump is one of the highest in the world and is sure to get the adrenaline racing while family hikes in the fresh air of the forest invigorate and revitalize.

Whether it’s sipping on a cappuccino in one of Knysna’s trendy coffee shops or settling in for sime fine dining in Plettenberg Bay, the Garden Route boasts many excellent restaurants and watering holes that have spectacular sea, river or lagoon views. A favorite amongst South African families, we highly recommend making the Garden Route a part of your South African Summer itinerary.

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Regarded as one of South Africa’s most beautiful towns and the hub of the Garden Route, Knsyna lies tucked between an indigenous forest and a warm watered estuary and is surrounded by natural beauty on all sides. Situated between Plettenberg Bay to the west and George to the east, Knysna is easily accessible from either. […]

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Plettenberg Bay

Considered by many to be the crown jewel of the Garden Route, the wealthy enclave of Plettenberg Bay was originally discovered by Portuguese explorers who called it Bahia Formosa – the beautiful bay. The town is incredibly popular with both local and international visitors alike and has a holiday feel throughout the year. Miles of […]

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Eastern Cape

A vast and diverse province, the Eastern Cape is the birth province and traditional family land of former South African President Mr. Nelson Mandela. Boasting significant natural diversity, the Eastern Cape is also famous for the internationally renowned surfing town of Jeffrey’s Bay – revered by surfers as having some of the best waves in […]

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Formerly known as Hermanuspietersfontein, today the idyllic Overberg town luckily just goes by Hermanus. Just under two hours drive from Cape Town, Hermanus is famous for the seasonal whale migrations and some of the best land-based whale watching in the world. The vibey village center buzzes with cafes and restaurants, all within walking distance of […]

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